Former Astronaut, U.S. Sen. John Glenn of Ohio Has Died at 95Glenn became a national hero in 1962 when he became the first American to orbit the Earth.
Congress Cracks Down on 'Bots' That Snap Up Concert TicketsThe report said third-party brokers resell tickets on sites like StubHub and TicketsNow at average margins of 49 percent above face value and sometimes more than 10 times the price.
Comptroller: State Employee Bonuses on Hold During ImpasseThe office that controls Illinois' checkbook announced Wednesday that payments to social services and public safety come first.
Lawsuit Filed Against Missouri Campaign Contribution LimitsVoters approved the measure in November, and it's set to take effect Thursday.
Gov. Nixon Sometimes Commuting to Work from St. LouisIt could carry a cost for taxpayers.
Heroin Crisis Plays Role in St. Charles Co. Sales Tax Holiday DiscussionsThe county is considering opting out of the annual "holiday," in part, because the heroin crisis is costing it around $2 million a year.
Time Taking Major Toll on Shuttered Jamestown MallSt. Louis County officials launching effort to possibly redevelop site.
Lawsuit Filed Against City by Lambert Airport Police Officers"They are performing the same duties as St. Louis Metropolitan Police officers, but who aren't being paid the same," Pleban says.
3 in Custody After Robbery of Wife of Missouri Governor-ElectThe 19-year-old suspect, Marquay Beard of St. Louis, was charged Tuesday with second-degree tampering with a motor vehicle.
Trump Tweet on Air Force One Boeing Construction: 'Cancel Order!'President-elect Donald Trump is once again stirring controversy on Twitter. This time - accusing Boeing of overcharging for construction of a new Air Force One.
East St. Louis Corruption Investigation Leads to ArrestsEast St. Louis, community of 27,000 residents across the Mississippi River from St. Louis, has a long history of budget shortfalls, corruption scandals and violent crime.
Increased Pension Costs Add to Missouri Budget IssuesIn the year ending June 30, the retirement system covered almost 113,400 current and past state employees and paid $783.4 million in benefits.